Electric trucks: new data maps out priority locations for charging points

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Electric trucks: new data maps out priority locations for charging points

New analysis conducted by Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI on behalf of the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) will help governments and infrastructure operators prioritise where to start installing charging points for electric trucks.

Interactive maps – Electric trucks: stop locations, central Europe

Battery electric trucks will have to play a major role in the decarbonisation of road freight transport. If a sufficiently dense EU-wide network of suitable charging stations is rolled out, their market uptake is expected to increase rapidly over the next few years.

Interactive maps – Electric trucks: stop locations, northern Europe

Battery electric trucks will have to play a major role in the decarbonisation of road freight transport. If a sufficiently dense EU-wide network of suitable charging stations is rolled out, their market uptake is expected to increase rapidly over the next few years.

Interactive maps – Electric trucks: stop locations, southern Europe

Battery electric trucks will have to play a major role in the decarbonisation of road freight transport. If a sufficiently dense EU-wide network of suitable charging stations is rolled out, their market uptake is expected to increase rapidly over the next few years.

Interactive maps – Electric trucks: stop locations, south-eastern Europe

Battery electric trucks will have to play a major role in the decarbonisation of road freight transport. If a sufficiently dense EU-wide network of suitable charging stations is rolled out, their market uptake is expected to increase rapidly over the next few years.

Interactive maps – Electric trucks: stop locations, western Europe

Battery electric trucks will have to play a major role in the decarbonisation of road freight transport. If a sufficiently dense EU-wide network of suitable charging stations is rolled out, their market uptake is expected to increase rapidly over the next few years.

Passenger car registrations: -14.4% first four months of 2022; -20.6% in April

In April 2022, new passenger car registrations in the European Union saw a significant drop (-20.6%), as supply chain issues continued to weigh heavily on car production.

Trucks: Transition to carbon-neutrality

In this one-minute video, Martin Lundstedt, Chair of ACEA’s Commercial Vehicle Board and CEO of Volvo Group, explains that the commercial vehicle industry is well on the way to climate neutrality.

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About ACEA

The European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association, or ACEA, unites Europe’s 16 major car, truck, van and bus makers.

We are the voice of the auto industry: a technological world leader and the backbone of the EU economy. Our members keep Europe on the move, providing diverse solutions for moving people and goods from A to B.

Together, we are progressing on the road to zero-emission and zero-fatality transport. We are addressing major technology shifts and the changing mobility needs of Europeans.

ACEA is working towards a new era of mobility, where all Europeans can access affordable transport solutions that are:

  • Green & Clean
  • Smart & Efficient
  • Safe & Reliable

Our aim is to drive Europe’s mobility transformation – while at the same time ensuring that the auto industry remains a strong Global & Competitive player.

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